Archery Summit Premier Cuvee Pinot Noir 2000

Pinot Noir
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Winemaker Notes

Flavors of ripe black fruits, flowers, cassis and oak all show a depth, elegance, and length that mark a classic Oregon Pinot Noir. Aromas and flavors of blackberries, blueberries, red currants, cinnamon, coffee and smoke emerge and deepen as they open up to include the smell of violets and carnations. All of the components, tannin, acid and fruit are very well balanced and combine to produce a concentrated, rich mid-palate, and long finish. This wine will improve and age gracefully for the next ten years.

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Archery Summit Winery, Oregon
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In 1993, Archery Summit set its sights on creating wines of real purpose in the Willamette Valley. Since, the Dundee Hills winery has helped establish the region as the cradle of cooler-climate American wine. Winemaker Ian Burch and his team achieve bar-raising wines by way of earned instincts—the familiarity gained from many shared vintages, tending sites they know personally.

As responsible stewards of the land, Archery Summit engages in minimal-impact agriculture. Sustainability is a dynamic and vital part of growing wine, a practice that ensures both the industry’s future and the overall health of the trade. They practice sustainability wherever possible, from responsible farming in the vineyard to energy-sensitive approaches in the cellar.

Many of the vineyard sites are LIVE (Low Input Viticulture & Enology) certified, meaning they adhere to an internationally-acclaimed set of sustainability standards. These guidelines are site-specific and look to strengthen the well-being of the vineyard through minimal spraying, careful clone selection, heightened biodiversity, and more. Archery Summit endeavors to ensure that the soils and biodiversity of each site are as healthy and vibrant as they were when they found them.

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PBC2285740_2000 Item# 47384

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